Social Data and Social Networking: Connecting Social Science Communities across the Globe

Host city: Ithaca, NY

Dates: June 1-4, 2010


2010-06-03: E1: Engaging New Users
Telling Stories About and With Data
Jackie Carter (University of Manchester )

Outreach to New Communities: The Census 2010 Projec
Lisa Neidert (University of Michigan )

Developing an Internet based Data Service at SSJDA in Japa
Keiichi Sato (University of Tokyo , Institute of Social Science)

2010-06-01: Workshops
Introduction to International Financial Data
Bobray Bordelon (Princeton University)

SPSS, STATA and SAS: Flavors of Statistical Software
A. Michelle Edwards (University of Guelph)

Inside Roper Center Services: Beyond Survey Questions and Answers
Lois E. Timms-Ferrara (The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)
Marc Maynard (The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

Digital Preservation Management - Part 1: Standards and Practice
Nancy McGovern (ICPSR)

Newly Available Integrated Data from The University of Michigan and The Minnesota Population Center, part 1
Sarah Flood (Minnesota Population Center)
Katie Genadek (Minnesota Population Center)
Christopher Ward (ICPSR)

Introduction to R
Harrison Dekker (University of California Berkeley)
Ryan Womack (Rutgers University)

DDI 3 Repository-Based Data Management with Colectica
Jeremy Iverson (Algenta )

Go screencasting go! Creating screencast tutorials to support data products
Lynda Kellam (University of North Carolina Greensboro)

Digital Preservation Management - Part 2: Trends and Sustainability
Nancy McGovern (ICPSR)

Newly Available Integrated Data from The University of Michigan and The Minnesota Population Center, part 2
Sarah Flood (Minnesota Population Center)
Katie Genadek (Minnesota Population Center)
Christopher Ward (ICPSR)

2010-06-02: Plenary I
2010-06-02: A1: Developing a Longitudinal Data Archive: Lessons Throughout the Data Lifecycle
Direct Visualization of Longitudinal Data
Kevin Pulo (Australian National University)

Meta Data Standards for Managing and Archiving Longitudinal Data: Achieving Best Practice
Steven McEachern (Australian National University)
Melanie Spallek (University of Queensland)
Michele Haynes (University of Queensland)
Mark Western (University of Queensland)

Archiving cross-sectional Time Series Data: Data is Only Half the Story
Leanne den Hartog (University of Western Australia)

2010-06-02: A2: Downstream Curation: Researchers and Data Management
Learning by Doing: Cases of Librarians Working with Faculty Research Data for the First Time
Jake Carlson (Purdue University Libraries)
Michael Witt (Purdue University Libraries)

Socialization of the Institutional Repository: IR Plus
Suzanne Bell (University of Rochester)
Nathan Sarr (University of Rochester Libraries)

Information Behaviour of Life Science Researchers – Informing Funders and Service Providers
Stuart Macdonald (EDINA National Data Centre, University of Edinburgh)

2010-06-02: A3: New Directions in Inter-Archival Collaboration from the Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS)
How collaborative preservation works
Micah Altman (Harvard University)

Retirement in the 1950s: Recovering The Cornell Study of Occupational Retirement
Amy Pienta (ICPSR)

Building Partnerships Between Social Science Data Archives and Institutional Repositories
Jared Lyle (ICPSR)

USIA Office of Research Surveys, 1952-99NARA –Roper Center Collaboration: An Update
Lois Timms-Ferrara (The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)

Panelist 1
Margaret O. Adams, (National Archives and Records Administration)

2010-06-02: A4: DDI 3 Tools: Possibilities for Implementers (to be cont.)
Colectica: New Technology for Social Science Research
Jeremy Iverson (Algenta Technologies)
Dan Smith (Algenta Technologies)

DDI editing at DDA
Jannik Vestergaard Jensen (Danish Data Archive)

DDI4RDC: Metadata driven framework for the Canada Research Data Centre Network
Pascal Heus (Metadata Technology)

Documenting and Disseminating Longitudinal Data Online with DDI 3
Alerk Amin (CentERdata, Tilburg University)

XSLT and DDI: Using Metadata to drive data capture and processing
Samuel Spencer (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

2010-06-02: B1: Models of Collaboration in Data Curation
Social Networks and Networked Data: A View from the Humanities
Toby Burrows (University of Western Australia)

IPUMS International: Expanding Support for International Comparison and Data Access
Wendy Thomas (Minnesota Population Center)
Peter Clark (Minnesota Population Center)

Emerging Trends in Data Curation: New Initiatives and collaborations in Africa
Kizito Kasozi (Uganda Bureau of Statistics)

2010-06-02: B2: Connecting the Dots: New Tools for Research
VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists
Jon Corson-Rikert (Cornell University)
Ellen Cramer (Cornell University)

Discovering and Harmonizing Questionnaire Data Using Social Networks
Dan Smith (Algenta Technologies)

IntegraL Connects Data, User and Scientists
Shuyuan Mary Ho (Syracuse University)
Min Song (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Michael Bieber (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

2010-06-02: B3: Beyond the Traditional Data Archive
Designing Data Services for the Institutional Repository
Ryan Womack (Rutgers University Libraries)
Ron Jantz (Rutgers University Libraries)

New Dialogues with the Research Community. About the Collection, Management and Dissemination of Interview
Marion Wittenberg (Data Archiving and Networked Services)

Economics Online – Open Access to Economics Research and Data
David Puplett (London School of Economics )

2010-06-02: B4: DDI 3 Tools: Possibilities for Implementers (continued)
Prototype of a Metadata Editor and further DDI services developed in the German National Educational Panel
Ingo Barkow (DIPF - German Institute for International Educational Research)

QDDS - Questionnaire Development Documentation System, current version and future plans
Andias Wira-Alam (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

DDI3 Uniform Resource Names: locating and providing the related DDI3 objects
Joachim Wackerow (Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Exanda - A Flexible On-Line Tabulation System Using DDI 3 (update)
Joachim Wackerow (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

2010-06-02: C1: Social Networking in Action
Extending SDA Archive Services for Collaboration
Tom Piazza (University of California Berkeley)

Developing an Interactive Survey Question Bank: Early Lessons Learned
Jack Kneeshaw (UK Data Archive)

2010-06-02: C2: Data Sharing: An Important Step in Scientific Method
Copyright and Facts: Issues in Licensing and Redistribution for Social Science Data Professionals
San Cannon (Federal Reserve Board )

Reproducibility of Computational Results: Opening Code and Data
Victoria Stodden (Yale Law School)

Barriers to Data Sharing: New Evidence from a US Survey
Amy Pienta (ICPSR)
George Alter (ICPSR)
Jared Lyle (ICPSR)

2010-06-02: C3: Sustainable Data Preservation
On the Lam or in Collaboration - Increasing Competence in Long-Term Preservation
Tuomas J. Alaterä (Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD))

Data Rescue in Canada, a Case Study
Jane Fry (Carleton University)

How to Achieve Economic Sustainability in Digital Archiving?
Laurents Sesink (Data Archiving Networked Services (DANS))

2010-06-02: C4: New Directions in Qualitative Data Access
The Orwellian Data Processing and Provision System of the Historical Archives of the State Security Services
Zoltán Lux (Historical Archives of the Hungarian State Security and LG Co)

Qualitative Data in DDA – Coping with New Formats
Anne Sofie Kjeldgaard (Danish Data Archive)

The RACcER Project: A Data Partnership Between the Irish Qualitative Data Archive (IQDA) and A Major Community Based Childhood Intervention Strategy (Tallaght West CDI)
Jane Gray (Irish Qualitative Data Archive)
Aileen O'Carroll (Irish Qualitative Data Archive)
Tara Murphy (Irish Qualitative Data Archive)

2010-06-03: Plenary II
The Afrobarometer at Ten: Building a Network of Survey Research in Africa
Boniface Dulani (Michigan State University and University of Malawi)

Repositories and Cloud Services for Data Cyberinfrastructure
Sandy Payette (DuraSpace)

2010-06-03: D1: Automated Curation Tools and Services for Metadata
Designing Flexible Workflow for Upstream Participation of the Scientific Data Community
Robert Downs (Columbia University)
Robert Chen (Columbia University)

A Data Curation Application Using DDI: The DAMES Data Curation Tool for Organising Specialist Social Science Data Resources
Simon Jones (University of Stirling )
Guy Warner (University of Stirling )
Paul Lambert (University of Stirling )
Jesse Blum (University of Stirling )

Building the Infrastructure for Enhanced Publications Using DDI 3
Alerk Amin (CentERdata)
Rob Grim (University of Tilburg)
Maarten Hoogerwerf (DANS)

Implementing DDI 3.0: a Case Study of the German Microcensus
Andias Wira-Alam (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences )
Oliver Hopt (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences )

2010-06-03: D2: Stir it Up: Comparative Data
Future Directions for International Data
Richard Wiseman (University of Manchester, Mimas )
Susan Noble (University of Manchester)
Celia Russell (University of Manchester)

Using Administrative Data for Social Science Research: Promise and Peril
Fredric Gey (University of California, Berkeley )

But it's not the same thing! Using National Labour Data in Cross-National Comparative Studies on Precarious Employment
Walter Giesbrecht (York University )

Wikiprogress (and Wikigender)
Angela Hariche (OECD)

2010-06-03: D3: Virtual Research Environments: Tools for Presenting and Storing Data
Data Warehouses and Business Intelligence for Social Sciences. Aims and Possibilities of a Data Warehouse within the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS) in Germany
David Schiller (University of Bamberg, National Educational Panel Study (NEPS) )

A User-Driven and Flexible Procedure for Data Linkin
Cees van der Eijk (University of Nottingham)
Eliyahu V. Sapir (University of Nottingham)

Virtual Center for Collaborative Research (ViCtoR)
Pascal Heus (Metadata Technology)

InFuse: Data Feeds for the UK 2001 and 2011 Censuses and Beyond
Justin Hayes (The University of Manchester)

2010-06-03: D4: Restricted Data Access: Principles and Standards
Survey on Access to African Government Microdata for Social Science Research
Lynn Woolfrey (University of Cape Town)

Developing a Statistical Disclosure Standard for Europe
Tanvi Desai (London School of Economics )

Settings, Practices and Data Access: Results of a Survey of UK Social Scientists
Jo Wathan (University of Manchester )

International Access to Restricted Data - A Principles-Based Standards Approach
Felix Ritchie (UK Office for National Statistics)

2010-06-03: E2: Connecting the IASSIST Community Across the Web: IASSIST Publications Committee and e-Community Infrastructure Action Group Discussion with Members
Connecting the IASSIST Community Across the Web: IASSIST Publications Committee and e-Community Infrastructure Action Group Discussion with Members
Walter Piovesan (University of Vancouver)
Bo Wandschneider (University of Guelph)
Harrison Dekker (University of California Berkeley)
Carol Perry (University of Guelph)
Amy West (University of Minnesota)
Jennifer Darragh (Johns Hopkins University )

2010-06-03: E3: Panel: Confidentiality and Access Concerns of the Social Sciences and Human Subjects Ethics Review Boards
Ethics Review in Finland
Arja Kuula (Finnish Social Science Data Archive)

Scientific Data Management for the Protection of Human Subjects
Robert Downs (Columbia University)

2010-06-03: E4: Secure Remote Access to Restricted Data
Secure Data Service; an Improved Access to Disclosive Data
Reza Afkhami (UK Data Archive)
Melanie Wright (UK Data Archive)

The 2006 French Census: A New Collection, A New Dissemination. Which Place for a Data Archive?
Alexandre Kych (Centre Maurice Halbwachs (CMH))

2010-06-03: Social Networking / User Needs
Imagining the Possibilities of Collaborative Spatial Learning: OCUL’s Geospatial Portal Project and Its Inspirations
Leanne Hindmarch (Ontario Council of University)
Jenny Marvin (University of Guelph)

Do Users Know What They Really Really Want?
Jackie Carter (University of Manchester )
Richard Wiseman (University of Manchester )

Toy Story: Social Networking in Dataland
Lynda Kellam (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Amy West (University of Minnesota)
Katharin Peter (University of North Carolina)

Using Ethnography in the Library: How to Study the Students in their Native Data-Gathering Habits
Lois Stickell (University of North Carolina at Charlotte )

Visualizing [a new] Data Service
Shawn Nicholson (Michigan State University)
Terrence Bennett (The College of New Jersey)

Effective Researcher Management
Tanvi Desai (London School of Economics )
Felix Ritchie (Office for National Statistics)

2010-06-04: F1: Data Reference in Depth (Part I): Subjects, Sources and Challenges
Data Reference in DepthTrade, Prices, Production, Consumption
Amy West (University of Minnesota)

Data in Development
Kristi Thompson (University of Windsor)

How the 3 Little Pigs Lost their Houses to subprime Mortgages and Other Big Bad Wolves
Mary Tao (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

Census 2010 the American Community Survey
Lynda Kellam (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

Data Reference in Depth: Sources of International Labour Data
Walter Giesbrecht (York University)

2010-06-04: F2: Data Management: Engaging Researchers and Crossing Disciplines
Data management: engaging researchers and crossing disciplines
Veerle Van den Eynden (UK Data Archive)

Services, Policy, Guidance and Training: Improving Research Data Management at One Institution
Robin Rice (Edinburgh University)

The Data Curation Profile
Jake Carlson (Purdue University)

Supporting Data Management Across Disciplines
Katherine McNeill (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

2010-06-04: F3: Connecting with the Community: Stakeholder Participation in the Development and Operation of Qualitative Data Archives
Assessing models of stakeholder participation for the development and acceptance of the Australian Qualitative Archive
Lynda Cheshire (The University of Queensland )
Michael Emmison (The University of Queensland )
Alex Broom (The University of Sydney)

Researchers exposed: Does archiving data reveal too much?
Libby Bishop (University of Leeds University of Essex )

No humbugging: Curating Indigenous data to promote eResearch
Elizabeth Mulhollann (University of Technology Sydney)
Alex Byrne (University of Technology Sydney)
Gabrielle Gardiner (University of Technology Sydney)
Kirsten Thorpe (University of Technology Sydney)

2010-06-04: F4: Providing Secure Access to Sensitive Data
NORC Data Enclave
Tim Mulcahy (NORC)
Pascal Heus (Metadata Technology)

Data Access: Some German Thoughts about Past, Present and Future
Stefan Bender (Forschungsdatenzentrum (FDZ) of the IAB)

Providing Secure Access to Sensitive Data
John Abowd (Cornell University)

2010-06-04: G1: Data Reference in Depth (Part II): Access, Citation, and Instruction
Data Reference In Depth: Access, Citation and Instruction
Paul H. Bern (Syracuse University)

Data Reference In Depth: Citation
Hailey Mooney (Michigan State University)

Pedagogy of the Data Reference Interview
Kristin Partlo (Carleton College)

2010-06-04: G2: Social Network Dynamics
The Data Archive as a Social Network: An Analysis of the Australian Social Science Data Archive
Steven McEachern (Australian Social Science Data Archive )

The Diffusion of Information Technology in the United States and Its Impact on Social Science Research across Institutions and Countries
Anne Winkler (University of Missouri-St. Louis)
Sharon G. Levin (University of Missouri-St. Louis)
Paula E. Stephan (Georgia State University and NBER)
Wolfgang Glanzel (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Stenupunt OO)

Applications of Social Networking in International Collaboration, Multisite-research, Knowledge Re-use and Data Configuration Management
Kartikeya Bolar (University of Toledo)

2010-06-04: G3: Preservation: Interoperability and Reproducibility
Replicated & Distributed Storage Technologies : “Impact on Social Science Data Archive Policies”
Jonathon Crabtree (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Towards a Federated Infrastructure for the Preservation and Analysis Archival Data
Chien-Yi Hou (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Richard Marciano (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Automated DDI Metadata Harvesting and Replication for Preservation Purposes within iRODS
Jon Crabtree (H. W. Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)
Antoine de Torcy (DICE)
Mason Chua (H. W. Odum Institute for Research in Social Science)

Encoding Archival Context: An Australian Perspective on Situating Data in Frameworks of Meaning
Gavan McCarthy (Australian Social Science Data Archive )

2010-06-04: Plenary III
The End of Marketing As We Know it, and the Rise of Sociological Metrics
Dave Linabury (Campbell-Ewald, SocialThreat.com)